As the release of the fourth and final book in the Rocky Mountain Search & Rescue series approaches, Sourcebooks Casablanca is in the mood to celebrate and look back on a successful series. They have invited Delighted Reader to host a series in retrospect post and a giveaway to one of our readers.
As many of you know, I have been with this series since the beginning. I started with the prequel, On His Watch, (which is permanently free on Amazon by the way). Continued with the stoic Callum and upbeat Lou’s story, Hold Your Breath, as they work on a stalker issue, investigate HDG’s (aka Headless Dead Guy) murder and work ice rescue. Moving forward into Fan the Flames with the delectable and conflicted firefighting biker, Ian and tough as nails off grid gunshop owner, Rory, as they deal with the local motor cycle club, meth dealers, and try to keep Ian for getting framed as HDG’s killer. Gone Too Deep took stalwart and silent survival expert George into the wilderness to help determined city girl, Ellie, find her dad and the man with all the answers about HDG’s death only the killer and his associates want to silence him for good. The final book, In Safe Hands, brings things to a thrilling close with the reveal of HDG’s killer and a new couple to swoon over. We’ll be hosting a tour interview with author, Katie Ruggle, and my review on Sept 13th for the release of book four.
I was asked to share which was my favorite book in the series. So far- hands down- it was Ian and Rory’s segment, Fan the Flames. Not just because Ian is hotter than blazes and a firefighting biker to boot, but Rory was the kind of heroine I can get behind quite easily. Rory is smart, tough, and stays calm under pressure. And let’s not forget the woman knows how to handle weapons and how to survive a zombie apocalypse thanks to her paranoid parents. Ian was patient, understanding, and determined to protect this remarkable woman while fighting his own inner demons.
Now let’s talk about the exciting part of the post. Sourcebooks is giving away print copies of the whole series to one winner, US only. But I don’t wish our International readers to be left out of the fun. If an Int’l reader’s name is drawn first, I will host my own giveaway of an e-copy for any book in the series to the int’l winner, their choice. So, yes, that will mean we have the potential for two winners here. The giveaway will be open for one week.
I’m going to make the Search & Rescue theme the topic for the giveaway. For an entry in the giveaway, either leave a comment about your own favorite book in the series or the Search & Rescue department (ice, fire, mountain, or police) you are most intrigued about.
Here are the links to all my Delighted Reader reviews for the Rocky Mountain S&R series:
Hold Your Breath: http://delightedreader.com/hold-your-breath-by-katie-ruggle-review/
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